Thesaurus / rude

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The protesters were asked to leave “after they removed their masks and became disruptive and rude to other shoppers,” she said.
The pandemic has given some businesses a rude awakening about their dependence on China.
In the latest edition of our Confessions series, in which we exchange anonymity for candor, the managing director of one of those businesses explains why its agencies are in rude health.
When they’re citing this statute, or a disorderly conduct statute, what they’re really getting citations for is people being rude to cops in the eyes of a police officer.
So my question is a very rude one, and I ask your forgiveness in advance.
His stores of oatmeal were brought out, kine were slaughtered; and a rude and hasty meal was set before the numerous guests.
He gave his rude children a noble moral code, the original form of the Decalogue.
"I must first rest a little," he returned, with a sigh of weariness, as he fell back exhausted upon his rude couch.
MILDRED AT HOMEMARTHA FINLEY
He then bent his eye sternly upon the group of bailiffs, especially upon the rude ruffian, Grimes, whose conduct was so atrocious.
The crypt is of interest from being mainly built up from the rude early church of the Danish founder.
ROMANTIC IRELAND; VOLUME 1/2M.F AND B. MCM. MANSFIELD

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